Saturday, March 24th, 2018
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Meet the Author: Regina Calcaterra Sunday, March 25 at 2 p.m.

[] Regina Calcaterra will be here to discuss her newest memoir, Girl Unbroken, about her experiences growing up in an abusive family on Long Island. She will be joined via Skype by her younger sister and co-author, Rosie Maloney. Kirkus Reviews called the book "courageous and emotionally intense." Regina is also the author of Etched in Sand, a memoir that begins the story told in Girl Unbroken. All welcome.

BUS TRIP: Bellamy-Ferriday House, Thurs., May 24, 6:30 a.m.-approx. 6 p.m.

[bellamy_pageWEB.JPG] Calling all fans of the book, Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly. We will travel by coach bus to tour the Bellamy-Ferriday House and Gardens in Connecticut, the home of Caroline Ferriday, a leader in securing help for Ravensbruck Concentration Camp survivors and one of the main characters in the novel. We will also enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at The Painted Pony and a visit to White Flower Farm, featuring gorgeous display gardens and a retail nursery. The cost is $88 per person and includes transportation, tour, lunch and all gratuities. South Huntington cardholders can sign up beginning March 3, others March 10. Register online (CLICK HERE) or at the Circulation Desk. No refunds unless we can fill your seat from the waiting list.

Saturday Night Series 2018

[PennyLaneWEB.jpg] The library will offer extended hours on Saturday nights through March. Full library services will be available until 7 p.m., when a show will start in our theater. South Huntington cardholders can get free tickets. Non-ticket holders will be seated at 6:50 p.m.(2:50 p.m. for magic show) if there is space.

March 24: Beatles Tribute with Penny Lane (CLICK FOR TIX)

March 31 at 3 p.m.: Family Show - Magic Beyond Imagination (CLICK FOR TIX)


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E-books, Audiobooks on the Go: Meet Libby

[] Accessing e-books and audiobooks from the library is easier than ever with Libby. Simply download the free app, find the South Huntington Public Library and sign in with your library card barcode and PIN. Happy Reading!

Check Out Hoopla!

[HooplaBlack copy.jpg] Check out Hoopla, a digital media service that lets you instantly borrow free movies, music, audiobooks and more, 24/7 with your library card. CLICK HERE to get started.

Patrons can access content on their portable devices and personal computers in a web browser. Hoopla is also available by installing the mobile app from the appropriate app store. Limit 8 checkouts per patron per month. For more information, please ask a librarian.

Get Our Mobile App

[shpl_mobile_qrWEB.jpg] Always have the library in your pocket or purse! The South Huntington Public Library has launched a new mobile app, available for free in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. Scan this QR code with your phone or go to to get started.

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